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Bright, J., and J. Hervert. 2004. Adult and fawn mortality in Sonoran pronghorn. Wildlife Society Bulletin.
Holechek, J., R. Pieper, and C. Herbal, 1998. Range management: Principles and practices. Third edition. Prentice Hall: Upper Saddle River, New Jersey.
Jacobs, K., and G. Garfin. 2004. Arizona’s drought planning: focusing on adaptation. Water Resources Impact, 6(4):14-17.
Jacobs, K., G. Garfin, and B. Morehouse. 2005. Climate science and drought planning: the Arizona Experience. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 41: 437-445.
National Drought Mitigation Center.The Hydro-Illogical Cycle. From “Planning for Drought” online, University of Lincoln-Nebraska: http://www.drought.unl.edu/plan/cycle.htm. Accessed April 19, 2004.
Redmond, K.T. 2002. The depiction of drought: a commentary. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 83(8):1143–1147.
Sonnett, J., B. J. Morehouse, T. D. Finger, G. Garfin, and N. Rattray. 2005. Drought and declining reservoirs: Comparing media discourse in Arizona and New Mexico, 2002–2004. Global Environmental Change, 16:95-113.
Reports to the Arizona Drought Task Force
Downey, S. 2004. Drought Mitigation and Adaptation: Discussions with State Drought Planners. A report to the Arizona Drought Task Force, 2004.
Gilbert, A. 2005. A Study of Potential Difficulties in Implementing the Governor’s Drought Preparedness Plan in the Little Colorado River Basin, Arizona. A report to the Arizona Drought Task Force, 2005.
Simpson, S. L. 2004. Impacts of drought on Arizona’s wildlife and in increasing urban human-wildlife conflicts: The confounded influence of ecology, animal behavior,and human societal values. A report to the Arizona Drought Task Force, 2004.